Using ‘sys.dm_os_wait_stats’ to measure SSIS Package Performance

Using ‘sys.dm_os_wait_stats’ to measure SSIS Package Performance Chris SkorlinskiMicrosoft SQL Server Escalation Services We worked with a customer the other day who had 2 SSIS packages running queries against SQL Server database.  One SSIS package executed twice as fast on one SQL Server as it did on another SQL Server.  While troubleshooting, we wanted to…

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SQL Replication Content under blogs.msdn.com/ReplTalk

SQL Replication Content under blogs.msdn.com/ReplTalk You may have noticed I’m not posting Replication topics to my personal MSDN.com\CHRISSK BLOG.  Instead I’m posting to NEW ReplTalk MSDN blog used by the Microsoft SQL Server Replication Support Team. http://blogs.msdn.com/repltalk/archive/2010/02/07/repltalk-start-here.aspx Other Microsoft MSDN blogs ·           SQL Server Storage Engine Team blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/sqlserverstorageengine/ ·           PSS SQL Server Engineers blog:…

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Troubleshooting Transactional Replication – PART 3

Troubleshooting Transactional Replication – PART 3 “Repl Talk” –Chris Skorlinski–Microsoft SQL Server Escalation Services This is a continuation of “Repl Talk” series on troubleshooting Transactional Replication.  This posting walks through the LogReader as it moves transactions from the published database transaction log to the Distribution database. The walkthrough can be done on a single Microsoft…

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SQL Server Merge Replication Best Practices

SQL Server Merge Replication Best Practices “REPL TALK” Chris SkorlinskiMicrosoft SQL Server Escalation Services I’m posting a collection of SQL Server 2008 Merge Replication Best Practices.  The material below includes text from SQL Books Online, other white papers, KB articles, web postings, and little from experience I gained working with SQL Replication for almost 15…

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